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Cl ' il'heatee; Awadi&s Irw BJext Week
Mrs. W. E, Michael of Durham is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
. u Rarden 'while her husband
..'nn'the tobaeco market In States;
boro, Ga. Her guest during the
i- Mrs. Ellen Ulrich has returned
to her home in Miami, Fla. after
spending two months with her dau
ghter Mrs. Leffel Turner of Ma
k end was Miss Sarah BalanceLnnlia and her son Kenneth Taylor
of Fremont. ne ana uin.
were attendants in the Will lams
Knowles wedding In Oak Plain
Church. Mr. and, Mrs. Barden at
tended the. marriage, aisu w re
ception which followed at the horre
.ho hrlde. ' " ; .'. '
' Mr and Mrs Jack DaU of Ral
eigh spent the week end with his
mother Mrs. l. u.
Miss Macy Cox spent Friday
morning in Wallace. . '
Ben Jenkins has returned from
Morchead, Ky.. . . ; ' .
Tom Tucker was carried to the
James Walker Hospital Thursday
M an operative pattern, ne is gei
nn.o Aiona nicely. . ;
, Revival began In the First Free
Will Baptist church Sunday nigt.
Mrs Rosa Peirce of North East is
listing Pastor K. D. Brown, bhe
j a fine preacher. , The public is
jiv ted to each service every night
it 8 o'clock. ;
Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey Johnson
)f Chapel HiU spent the week end
iere with relatives. : ; a
Mrs. Joe Blanton of Goldsboro
s visiting her daughter Mrs. W. L.
of .Washington, D. C.
W. I,. Bostic lost a tobacco barn
by fire Sunday filled with tobacco.
He had partial insurance.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill King and son
of Teachey spent Sunday with his
.nother Mrs. Maude King.
Services Sunday morning and
night at the Baptist Church, Rev.
J. P. Royal, pastoc
Sunday morning and -night ser
vice at Carroll Street Free Will
Baptist Church, Rev. James Mal
Mr. and Mrs. Rertiee Quinn are
the proud parents of a baby girl,
Sandra Caroline, August 6, in tlie
Goldsboro Hospital. Mrs. Quinn is
the former Miss Miriam Tucker of
Mr. and Mrs. John Snipes of
Goldsboro announce the birth and
deathe of a' baby girl Saturday at
5 p.m. in Goldsboro Hospital. Mr.
Davis conducted the funeral Sun
day afternoon from Shumates Fu
neral Home Sunday afternoon. Mr3.
Snipes is the former Miss Golilie
Culbreth of Magnolia.
Safety Code for Skaters
Mr. 'and Mrs. J. F. Evans of
i-Way ll,Pinkimi,N. C.
For The Whole Family
SHOWS AT 7:80 ': M
UNDAY, Aug . Mst
-Story of an American ner
tarring Gary Cooper
Joan Leslie, and
i Walter Brennan
iao Color Cartoon
ION. Jk TUES.
reat Outdoor Thrills
Kinston announce the birth of a
son, Jesse Frederick, Jr. on July
14. Mrs. Evans is the former Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Stokes of
431 Halifax St. Raltigh, announce
the birth of a son, Felix Harrison,
on July 31 at Rex Hospital. Sirs.
Stokes is the former Miss Dora
Helen Edwards of Beulavilie.
. Miraon7 wntreiiKMIt.,
i Be careful md cowfsous b 1
A Keep slap doMped light.
9 Donl lait ckonces sWskalinov
6 Keep sloles stored in a sab place.
V Dofl clmb skits ehle eearisj shales.
t Don1 hang or It the back of ewr
, ing vesicles. .
'9 Keep oul of traffic.
,47 Never slutc shes cofryisg pointed
or breakable ebjeds..
Holler skatlnr, popular daring warm weather with the small
fry set, is blossoming from coast to coast. ; And to make certain
that the healthful pastime Incurs no risk,' Winchester,- roller
skate manufacturer, has provided youngsters -wiUKtbeir. first
"ten commandments", for ska tint; ufetx.
Circle No. 1 of the Presbyterian
Church met Monday afternoon witii
Mrs. CJarence Murphy. Bible study
was led by Mrs. N. B. Boney. Fol
lowing the business the hostess ser
ved punch, cookies and salted nuts.
Circle No. 2 met Monday evening
in the home of Mrs. J. R. Grady,
who presided in the absence of the
chairman. Mrs. H. D. McKay led
the program on Famous Paintings
of Christ. After the program a so
cial hour was enjoyed and the hos
tess served ice cream float and
The Ella Cooper Circle met on
Tuesday evening with Miss AUa
Lawson. Eight members were pres
ent. Miss Dora Betty Diyon was
program chairman. At the end of
the business hour the hostess ser
ved ice cream soda. Miss Hilda
Clontz was visitor.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Gold and
daughter and Mrs. Clyde Perry of
Miami, Fla. are visiting the Clin
Mrs. Ruth Jones Miller, Bobby
Miler, Bill Jones and Mrs. Ozelle
Jones spent Sunday at White Lake.
Mrs. Bertha Hocult of Clayton
who has been visiting Mrs. I. J. San
dlin, Sr. wes joined by her husband
and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Jeffreys of
Clayton and were supper guests of
Mrs. Sandlin. Afterwards the vis
itors left for a week end at Atlantic
pllill WARSAW, NIC.
SUN. - MON. Aug. 21-22
hwmic gg,n im " "
lao Color Cartoon
Picture Ever Made
Vith Qleson and Johnson
ho Serial - '
Scott. Brady in , '
' '1 w )-5S
With Clark Gable
And Alexis Smith
TUESDAY, Aug. 23
With Gary Cooper
And Joan Leslie
WEDNESDAY, Aug. 24
With Treston Foster
With Jimmy Lydon
THURS. - FRI. Aug. 25-26
,l - - r-
The Great Gatsby
With Alan Ladd
And Betty Field
Beach before returning home.
Mrs. J. L. Powers of Windsor is
visiting her daughter Mrs. Orzo
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Carroll visited
Mrs. Claude Best in Warsaw Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Muldrow and
family visited Mrs. Annie S Mill
drew in Florence, S. C. last week
Mrs. J. C. Craft, Ceraldine and
Betty Jean of Perrine, Fla. are
guests of Mrs. Frank Kennedy.
Mrs. H. S. Brinson visited rela
tives in Warsaw last week
Mrs. Dollie Home of Rose Hill
visited the Harry Homes this week.
Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Sandlin, Jr and
family and Mr. and Mrs. Scott
Smith have returned from vacation
ing at Surf City.
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Lanier and
Sue with Miss Lou Ann Ncthercutt
vacationed at Carolina Beach the
past week. Mrs. Russell Lanier and
Rusty joined them Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Kay Cupp of Wil
mington visited her mother Mrs.
W. B. Parker at the week end.
Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Norris and
Pat attended the wedding of Miss
Mary Galllard Tenant an.1 Mr. Carl
David Whitehurst in Asheville on
decorated with summer flowers.
The diiing table was covered with
n imported cutwork cloth, center
ed with a three tiered wedding
cake. Guests included Rev. and Mrs.
Lauren Sharpe, Mr. and Mrs. Amos
Brinson, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Smith
of Fayetteville, Miss Theresa Good
ing and Mr. and Mrs. Alton Newton.
Sgt. and Mrs. Long left Wednes
day for California where he will be
a recent Saturday.
Mrs. Kathleen Creech an 1 son of
Greenville were recent guests of
Mrs. Nora Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Miller werp
recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Law
rence Brown of Kinston.
Miss Mary Jackson of Petersburg I this we
Fla spent a week recently with her
parents Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Jackson.
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Miller of
Norfolk, Va. were week end guests
of Mr." and Mrs. L. C. Miller. Little
Alishia returned with them follow
;ng a two weeks visit with her
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ingram and
Betty spent the week erd with her
sister in Harlow. .
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vcaoh of
Snow Hill visited th J. R. Gradys
Suniay aftcrn mn.
Dianne Stokes, a patient at Sid-
bury's Hospital, is improving nicely.
Miss Pattie Loftin of Ral;igh
spent the week end with Mrs. W.
Dr. and Mrs. Jim Wilson and
daughters of Durham have been vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. Sam Newton.
Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Johnson and
Jinimie are in Mars Hill on busi
ness this week.
The N. B. Boneys attended a wed
ding in Tatum, S. C. the past week.
Th- bride is a cousin of the Boneys.
Mr. apd Mrs. R. E. Cole and son
of Richmond, Va. have been visit
ins; the D. S. Williamsons the past
Master St.i.irt Preryl'ip spent 1 he
past week end with his grandpar
ents. Mr. pud Mrs. D. S. Williamson.
Roher! Franklin Williamson and
Frances Jean Palter -:on are repre
sent inn I he Methodist Church at tlie
Youth (Ynler at Writrhtsville Be.u li
Mesdames Warren Thomas, W. F.
Williams and Arnold Thomas en
tertained Thursday night, Aug. 4
in the home of the latter with a
miscellaneous shower honoring Mr.
and Mrs. Franklin Jones of Jack
sonville. The home was ensuite and attract
ivtly decorated. Mrs. M. M. Thig
pen was in charge of games and
contests. A chicken salad plate,
canapes and nuts were served to
approximately 150 guests. The hon
nrees were recipients of a vast
assortment of gifts.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Norris
announces the marriage
of their daughter
Sgt. Eric W. Long
on Saturday, August l?th
in Kenansville, N. C.
Protein is primarily a body build
The eraly Olympic games played
in ancient Greece were for men
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Jerritt spirit
the p;i I ueck end in Kenansvillt
Mr. Jerritt conducted .services at
Grcve Chur h Sunday morning.
The Pihl" Discus: ion Group oi
the Kenansville Churches so";it the
week end at Wi ii;htsville Beach
Lhaperoiie.-, were Mr. and R.rs.
Colon Holland and Mr. and Mrs
Miss Lh-i :i -mi left Tuesday
afternoon lor uu weeks visit in
Highlands with Mrs. Bess Hines.
Misses Gilda and Gloria Whit
field spent the past week end with
Mrs. Hetty Whitfield. They left
Wednesday afternoon for Des
Moines, Iowa In work in a l'olio
"O'l Monday evening. Dr. and Mrs.
G V Gooding entertained .gt. and
Mrs. Kric W. Lone;, newly-weds, at
a dinner. The hnn e was attractively
HONEY IS THE PUREST FOODS
BEULAVILLE, N. C.
WKF.K OF AUGUST lst
Sunday and Monday
THE UNTAMED BREED
With SONNY TUFTS
Tuesday and Wednesday
ONE TOUCH OF VENICE
With AVA GARDNER
Thursday - Double Feature
vVith WILLIAM GATtAGAN
IF YOU KNEW SUSIE
With EDDIE CANTOR
With JAMES CAGNEY, PAT
O'BRIEN and Dead End Kids
MARSHAL OF RENO
With WILD BILL ELLIOTT
SATURDAY, Aur 27
With Allen Lane
With Adele Jergens
Y : ! ir fr ; ? :
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PROGRAM FOR WEEK OF AUGUST 22.
MONDAY & TUESDAY: (Also Comedy ana bnors buojecw
Mm Color -Cartoon
rhe Circus Is ben with all the
tollls - chllU tun - of the BiK Top
: Circus Doys
With Clyde Beattyi -And
J ' Cast 0 Hundreds
t Hours Of Great Entertainment
' EIG DOUBLE FEATURE
;T Villi Dagwood and Blondie
f . , ALSO
1 k i v .... i I L iv)
Starring Wm. Bendix as RUey), James Gleason,
Rosemary DeUamp, ana r uigger vi .
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Starring Richard Widmark, Lionel Barrymore
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Starring June Allyson, Peter Lawford, Margaret
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Tenting Tonight Oh The Old Camp Ground
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